What Causes Dysbiosis?
There are many things can can cause an imbalance in your microbial colonies resulting in dysbiosis; the following are the most common:
Antibiotics & Medications
Infrequently used medications, especially antibiotics, tend to negatively affect one’s gut flora.
High Stress Levels
Stress and anxiety may weaken your immune system, making it harder for the body to fight off invasive bacterias.
Any dietary shift that increases the amount of sugars, proteins or additives will put the body at risk for dysbiosis.
How to Recognize Dysbiosis
Some symptoms of Dysbiosis are mild and temporary, such as an upset stomach. Others are more severe, and will require suitable treatment.
Discomfort in the abdominal region is a common symptom of Dysbiosis. Severity can range from manageable to extremely unpleasant.
A struggling digestive system makes one susceptible to excessive gas build up, which can often use the mouth to exit the body.
Imbalanced microbiota will often make themselves known through regular, uncomfortable spells of diarrhea.
How to Prevent Dysbiosis
Anyone who has suffered dysbiosis will tell you prevention is something to get on board with, sooner rather than later.
How can Bacillus clausii help you solve your gut problems?
Bacillus clausii is a type of spore-forming good bacteria that works to rebalance the intestine. When consumed regularly (or as advised by a HCP), it can help to treat and prevent different conditions associated to gut disorder.
Learn how different daily triggers could be contributing to intestinal disorders, and how a good probiotic could be the ally you never knew you needed!